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Campus Construction

The University is making additions and improvements to better your experience at Texas State. The following list of projects, which are in various stages of development, represent nearly $600 million in current and future investment.

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Project Cost ($) Status
Alkek Library Learning Commons 2,500,000

Program effort targeted for summer/fall of 2015

Alkek Library Renovations 8,000,000 Construction is expected to begin summer 2015
Alkek Library Repository 5,900,000 On hold pending funding
Alumni Visitors Center Phase I 4,990,825 On hold pending funding
Baseball/Softball Team Building 8,129,557 On hold pending funding
Blanco Hall Renovation 25,003,415 On hold pending funding
Bobcat Trail Redevelopment 5,488,888 Construction underway
Bobcat Trail Utility Upgrades 6,300,000 Construction underway
Cogeneration Plant Gas Turbines 45,000,000 Preparing draft RFQ for TSUS
Education, Research & Visitor Center 7,000,000 Programming will commence when funds are available
Electrical Infrastructure Upgrades 11,800,000 June 2016 project completion anticipated
Engineering and Science Building 107,012,293 Pending TRB request
JC Mitte Renovations 6,250,000 Construction is expected to begin summer 2015
Jones Dining Hall Renovation 23,671,000 Construction is expected to begin in December 2014
LBJ Student Center Renovation 15,010,624 Renovation study complete
Moore Street Housing 59,834,337 Construction underway
Music Building 56,705,000 Pending TRB request
Retama Residence Hall Renovations 9,026,199 Condition assessment and program underway
RF Mitte Renovations 2,750,000 Construction is underway
Round Rock Campus - Health Professions 1 67,583,621 Pending TRB request
Round Rock Campus - Health Professions 2 35,000,000 On hold pending funding
STAR One Expansion 8,065,000 Construction is expected to begin summer 2015
STAR One Lab Finish-Out 2,125,000 Construction underway 
Strahan Expansion and Renovations 49,440,000 Program will be developed in 2015 based on the Feasibility Study options